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Program 3: The Kids Are Alright?

November 10, 2018 @ 1:00 pm

Program 3: The Kids Are Alright?

Growing, learning, adapting, leading.

Sat Nov 10, 1p, 93 min

TICKETS: https://drafthouse.com/sf/show/sf-indieshorts-the-kids-are-alright



Dylan Ashton

2017, US 15:46, Local Filmmaker

Sydney and Kit, two brothers separated after the destruction of their parents’ divorce, once again have their world disarrayed when a threat is discovered in their high school’s bathroom. But when Sydney reveals his abrupt plan to ditch town that evening, Kit realizes he will be forced to confront that world by himself.




Dog Years

Tyler Russell

2018, US, 4:44, Filmmaker Attending

An old dog does what he can to shelter a little girl during her darkest moments.



David Lim

2017, Taiwan, 15:30, Filmmaker Attending

After a teen and a then a man step in to help young Kenny as he’s being bullied by some other kids things spiral out of control. In silence they begin a strange journey of retaliation.


Heather Has Four Moms

Jeanette L. Buck

2018, US/UK, 14:08

When Heather decides to lose her virginity for her 15th birthday, Mom’s wife must convince Mom, and Mom’s ex, and Mom’s ex’s partner that it’s time for Heather to have “the talk”. Which mom is ready to help Heather make a big decision? It’s a mother-daughter story. Times four.


Lucy in the Sky

Bertha Bay-Sa Pan

2018, US, 11:00, Filmmaker Attending

Fourteen year old Lucy Katz living with autism and adjusting to high school is suddenly faced with cataclysmic change when she and her identical twin sister become the subject of a genetic research study that could forever change Lucy. But is Lucy entitled to her own life or will she lose her identity and become just a medical experiment?


Only Strangers Sleep In My Bed

Shane Bannon

2018, US, 12:45, Filmmaker Attending

A conman works his way into a lonely woman’s home by posing as her long lost son.





Michael Killen

2018, US, 13:00

On a Pennsylvania farm in the 1980’s, if an animal didn’t serve their purpose they did not survive. Five-year-old Beth, the youngest in a large family, struggles with the parallels to her own position, so she makes it her mission to care for the weak. Based on the autobiographical book “Shoebox Funeral” by Elisabeth Voltz.


Too Many Bodies

Reena Dutt

2018, US, 5:42,  Filmmaker Attending

Too Many Bodies is a music video for Alex Mackey’s “Place Called Us”, addressing America’s need for gun reform through dance, music and passion.


November 10, 2018
1:00 pm
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Alamo Drafthouse New Mission
2550 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94110